NEW YORK -- Mike York scored twice and Adam Graves had a goal and an assist, his first points after a 10-game drought, as the New York Rangers defeated the Los Angeles Kings 7-6 in a shootout Tuesday night.
Theo Fleury scored his league co-leading 17th goal, Tim Taylor had a goal and an assist and Brian Leetch had three assists for the Rangers, who have won two straight after alternating wins and losses in their last nine.
Senators 3, Sabres 1
KANATA, Ontario -- Shawn McEachern had two goals and an assist, and Patrick Lalime stopped 21 shots as Ottawa assumed sole possession of first place in the Northeast Division.
The Senators also moved two points ahead of idle Toronto for the best record in the Eastern Conference with 30 points. Buffalo, which had won its last two games, lost for the third time in its last five to fall three points behind Ottawa.
Bruins 3, Penguins 1
BOSTON -- Jason Allison scored the game-winner midway through the second period and Peter Skudra made 17 saves against his old team as Boston ended a five-game home winless streak.
Andrei Kovalenko and Bill Guerin also scored for Boston.
Predators 6, Flames 1
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Scott Walker had three assists in Nashville's second consecutive four-goal first period and Tomas Vokoun made 36 saves as Nashville extended Calgary's winless streak to eight games.
Nashville has scored 13 goals in its last two games after being shut out in consecutive games.
Canucks 4, Mighty Ducks 1
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Mattias Ohlund scored the game-winner in his first game back from eye surgery and helped Vancouver end a four-game winless streak.
Sharks 4, Wild 1
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Steve Shields stopped 27 shots and won for the first time since losing his starting job as San Jose improved on the best start in franchise history and won for the seventh time in 10 home games.
Tony Granato and Vincent Damphousse scored less than two minutes apart in the second period for the Sharks, who improved to 15-5-2-0. Jeff Friesen and Owen Nolan added late third-period goals for San Jose.
Ladislav Benysek scored his first NHL goal for the Wild, who had their four-game unbeaten streak -- the longest in the expansion franchise's 25-game history -- snapped. Jamie McLennan stopped 29 shots in the loss.
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